Friday, 13 January 2017

Writer's Relief newsletter

The latest Writer's Relief newsletter remembers writers we lost in 2016, magazines and journals to submit work to and more:

January 2017
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Quote Of The Week
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5 Things They Love About Us
Dear Ronnie:
Hereʼs what I like about Writerʼs Relief:
1. On the first submission, I got six poems accepted by one publication and one poem accepted by two publications—they were all great journals!
2. Any staff member I talk to on the phone handles my questions.
3. Faxing my stuff is responded to promptly. (Editor's note: We e-mail too!)
4. The system is easy; directions are clear.
5. Everybody should use such a service. It works. Itʼs worth the cost.
Portia C., Writer
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Field Guide To Literary Agents
Poetry & Prose in Literary Journals
The Happy Writer
Take a moment to honor the writers who passed away last year.
They may have left us, but their words live on.
Add your voice to our online memorial.
Which self-published books blew the lid off the publishing biz last year?
Find out how these authors beat the odds by thinking outside the box!
Looking for some clever, reputation-building ideas for your author website?
Here are some of our best author website designs from 2016 to inspire you!
Ready to pursue your first publication credit?
Read these six must-do tips first!
More Articles: Something For Every Writer
Looking for your next publishing credit? It might be waiting for you in our Writers Classifieds! Subscribe now!
Here is just a small sample of the many searchable market listings you’ll find:
Calamus Journal
Type: Poetry (4 MAX) and Short Stories (700 words MAX)
Admin Fee? No
Reads Year-round? Yes
The Blueshift Journal
Type: Poetry (6 poems MAX), short story, and nonfiction
Admin Fee? Yes
Reads Year-round? Yes
Moonglasses Magazine
Theme: Absurd and irreverent humor
Type: Poetry (3 MAX), short stories (2,500 words MAX), and creative nonfiction (2,500 words MAX)
Admin Fee? No
Reads Year-round? Yes
$2000 Masters Review Short Story Award For New Writers
Stops Reading: 1/15/17
Entry Fee: $20
First Prize: $2,000
Winning Entry Published? Yes
Want to see more listings? Here you go!
Sneak Peek At Next Week
8 Ways To Make Your Query Letter Shorter And More Effective
How To Be A Better Panelist When Speaking About Your Book
The Votes Are In! Our Most Popular Articles of 2016
Web Design Trends To Avoid in 2017
And More!
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